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Subject: Conditional Linking rss

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Mark J
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I pretty much understand it. It's no different than TA where the Lead and Solo cars could push everyone forward, but here in GP it doesn't cost any extra. The only part I don't quite understand is where it says cars behind the active car are never conditionally Linked. Is that an unnecessary detail? From the rules on Solo movement it's already clear that cars behind do not come along. And the rules on Lead Movement make it clear that cars behind are linked, they do come along. So what's it trying to say that cars behind are never conditionally linked?
 
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Jonathan Bishop
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It seems a bit redundant, but I don't think that's necessarily a bad thing. They're defining conditional linking before fully defining the types of movement, so they're fully describing the concept of linking and describing its scope. And it makes it easier to find an answer if one is searching the rule book.
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